Comb Wash boondock location, heading west, stopping at Natural Bridges National Monument. Even though it was very few miles, I thought I might stay there and do some hiking, but their 13 space campground is limited to 26’ total length, and in a quick drive through, it was clear that my 30’ overall wasn’t going to fit! Plan B called for more miles and less hiking.
While the park wouldn’t be too comfortable for rigs pulling a toad, longer trailers, or beast-sized RVs, there are a couple places near the park where larger rigs can camp or park. One is east of the park entrance about ¼ mile southeast from the intersection of Highway 95 and 261 where rigs congregate around the corral. The other is south of the park on 95 between mileposts 87 and 88. It’s a long piece of old road alignment with two or three separate entrance driveways and room for dozens of rigs.
Home for a couple nights was a large parking lot with a couple outhouses just west of the intersection of Temple Mountain Road and Goblin State Park road. There were at least 8 of us there, nicely spread out, watching the storm clouds build.
This post was uploaded and scheduled using wifi at my site at Sand Creek RV Park in Torrey, Utah.